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'PATAPHYSICS: THE POETICS OF AN IMAGINARY SCIENCE CHRISTIAN BOK A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Graduate Programme in English York University North York, Ontario December 1997

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  • Page 4 and 5: ABSTRACT 'Pata~hssics: The Poetics
  • Page 6 and 7: PREFACE The Museum of Jurassic Tech
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  • Page 18 and 19: practice an anti-philosophp-what Ja
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  • Page 24 and 25: four phases of such dispute (the an
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  • Page 30 and 31: can invoke, provoke, and revoke a g
  • Page 32 and 33: 'pataphysics thus does not imply th
  • Page 34 and 35: Allotelic interests have always reg
  • Page 36 and 37: undergone four phases of epistemic
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    37 about the existence of existence

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    39 to ignore the rule, but to adopt

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    Notes to Chanter 1 is of course an

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    onne ne suggests that al1 "this wor

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    '~ikin posits a didact ic hierarchy

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    "~aulson has provided one of the mo

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    Millenial 'Patavhssics: The Poetics

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    51 which a 'pataphysician, might co

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    science through the dramaturgie per

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    permanent rebellion among much of t

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    it. Since Jarry develops 'pataphysi

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    our judgments and ' knowledge ' ,"

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    wavelength, but docs so at an equiv

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    63 science cannot admit: condition

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    fork" ( 248 ) . Like the Maxwell De

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    surface with Humpty Dumpty (amphilo

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    the superfice of reelity but unable

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    Surface tension, when experienced a

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    Nietzsche argues that, wherever lif

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    Victorian readers with bizarrerie,

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    77 system that values the norm of d

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    79 Just as Lyotard implies that suc

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    time might also be interpreted as a

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    voluntas of a solid mechanics (rank

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    clinamen might become chinameq, cin

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    87 theorem, whose ineptitude or inc

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    Notes to Cha~ter 2 l~ietzsche affir

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    91 '~odern physics has already stri

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    93 '~~otardescribes the turning-bar

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    13~eleuze and Guattari auggest that

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    Italian Futurism: A 'Pataphvsics of

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    Greek word, metapherein, "to transp

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    101 bicycles: Christ racing uphill

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    103 destroying not only standards f

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    or Russian, both pedigrees of Futur

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    Einkehr an "in-turning," if not an

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    109 uncorrelated occurrences--their

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    111 drives. The clinamen of this su

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    113 depicting the Bachelors (built

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    115 a chimeric problem: they are "m

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    serves this industrial mechanics. S

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    Russolo, the Futurist composer, evo

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    121 devices to convey a narrative m

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    123 devices that promise to break t

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    Marinetti recognizes that the dromo

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    127 involution of time into the eve

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    surprise, augmenting its declension

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    Notes to Chapter 3 l~etamatics buil

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    allard rd dissects these iron colli

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    135 9~yotard suggeste that such mac

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    13~hershenevich observes that , " [

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    139 French Oulipianism: A 'Pataphss

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    literature. Like the Futurists, who

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    exigencies, each of which requires

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    145 rgcherches surr&alistes. While

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    147 what Lionnais calls synthouli~i

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    itself over the entirc agglomeratio

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    151 grammatic). The permuting of th

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    ecause "the pet who writes that whi

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    155 law about law nevetheless drama

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    157 itself supremely arbitrary) (19

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    159 hypothetical alternatives: it i

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    one of many cellular automata. Grei

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    Baudrillard observes that, in the c

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    The Proaram of 'Pataphvsics Oulipo

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    Oulipo imagines that such a cyberne

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    of[ ...] virtualities" (1986:50)--a

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    171 language does not depict the wo

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    Notes to Cha~ter 4 'Oulipo privileg

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    '~heories about numbers have often

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    161 '~audrillard suggests that the

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    %ift writes: "The professor then de

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    181 Canadian "Pata~hvsics: A 'Patap

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    183 legacy of Jarry may have served

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    im~osed upon Canadians by a Europea

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    187 studied by irrational thinktank

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    189 mankind from[ ...] set mental a

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    191 observes that such paleology re

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    that historians have misread the st

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    --"[ tlhat is why 'Patagonia' goes

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    ut because they can be probed. They

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    199 provides evidence for the exist

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    suggesting that to expand the field

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    sign in its state of non-significat

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    paleozoic conspiracy, a saturated n

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    pantheism; second, the scientific t

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    209 Dewdney suggests that this drea

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    211 gubernatory metaphysics: "the n

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    213 Jarry according to three succes

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    Notes to Chapter 5 l~ronicall~, the

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    '~ichol even goes so far as to imag

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    219 '~eleuze and Guattari assert th

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    l3~ewdney almost evokes the theorie

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    223 Texts Cited Abbott, Edward. Fla

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    225 Phenomena. Trans. James Benedic

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    1994. Caprov, Fritoj. Tao of Phssic

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    --- . Concordat Proviso Ascendant.

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    231 Through Its Manifestoes: 1912-1

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    233 Kroetsch, Robert. The Lovelv Tr

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    Motte, Warren F. "Clinamen Redux."

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    237 Pemberton, Henry. A View of Sir

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    Fragments. Trans. Peter Firchow. Mi

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    241 Mind's 1. Eds. Douglas R. Hofst

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